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January 21, 2020


There are several design trends that will be important in 2020. Three of those trends will mobile first, minimalism and security. Mobile First Over 60% of web traffic is coming from mobile devices. With smart phones, iPads and wearable technology hitting the market regularly, consumers have access to the internet anywhere, anytime. Mobile-first design takes […]

Arthritis is a condition that must be properly taken care of all year-round, but during winter, you may need to pay special attention to your horses with arthritis. Joints tend to be a bit more sensitive and susceptible to injury when the temperatures drop. Keep these tips in mind so your horse stays healthy throughout […]

Whether you’re riding for leisure or looking to become a breeder, caring for horses is a sizable investment. In many ways, you’ll have to approach this in the same way you would when buying a house, taking time to consider every sorted little detail. Here’s what you’ll want to be aware of before purchasing any […]

While colic is certainly something that can occur year-round, the risk for impaction rises in the cold winter months. Dehydration, decreased turnout and pasture time, and altered feed all contribute to this. Fortunately, there are plenty of things that can be done to lower the risk of wintertime colic and help keep digestion on track.  […]

When choosing footing for a new or existing arena, the options can seem overwhelming. There are many types of footings, as well as additives, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. There is no universally perfect footing, and what works best will depend on many factors.  Sand Sand is one of the most common footing […]

Many pest insects thrive in the stable environment. Unfortunately, they often cause horses irritation, stress, pain, hair loss and allergic reactions. Some of the most common equine pest insects are common flies, stable flies, horse flies, ticks, gnats, mosquitoes, and bot flies. There are a variety of management techniques that can be effective against these […]

The first step to knowing if your horse needs to gain or lose weight is to discern what the ideal is. The Henneke body condition chart, ranging from one to nine, has been developed for this specific reason. Anything between four and six is considered ideal.This range allows for differences in conformation, activity level, discipline, […]

EquiCenter’s Mission MustangTM Pairs Two American Icons for Journey Toward Mutual Growth and Healing Honeoye Falls, NY—Hyper-vigilance. Stress. Anxiety. These are just a few classic post-traumatic stress (PTS) emotions experienced by veterans returning from combat and other military service. Approximately 540,000 American veterans are diagnosed with PTS, and countless more remain undiagnosed, but struggle with it daily. Another American symbol of […]

In the spring of 2014, a new lesson, boarding and sales facility, Bay Point Equestrian Center, LLC, opened on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The farm belongs to Jessica Snyder, who in planning her facility offered a job to her Purdue University roommate, Mallory Distler. Fast forward five years later, and Distler, 32, is not only the […]

Jumping Branch Farm, located in Aiken, SC is for sale! This beautiful farm is boasts 115 acres of hills, cross-county jumps, a galloping track, what more could an equestrian want? Immediate income to be generated…YES, you get that too! Check it out Jumping Branch Farm is for Sale To view more information, go to Jumping […]